Wrongful termination? See what you think

This one is interesting for a number of reasons.

A former curator at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco sued the place, saying she was fired because she appeared at a union protest meeting and was a whistleblower: she had objections to an appraisal (presumably of a work of art) which she believed was fraudulent.

If what she claims is true — she had always been given excellent evaluations — you’ve got to wonder what administrators of companies and/or organizations are thinking when they fire someone, claiming “performance-related reasons.” Maybe they just think they’re more powerful than one individual.

And maybe they are.


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